Following a warm welcome in the large entry hall, you will be given a tour of the main parlor and dining room where a breakfast, that is a treat to your pallet, will be served each morning. You are welcome to enjoy the quiet, enclosed courtyard at the rear of the house, surrounded by many varieties of beautiful blossoms. A nice spot to enjoy your morning coffee or relax on our shaded deck, with a glass of wine or a nice cool refreshing glass of iced tea after a busy day of touring or shopping.br>
The Villa has three enchanting bedrooms, located upstairs, furnished with distinctive elegance and adorned with beautiful antiques. Each room is decorated in it's own unique style, and has its own private bath.
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Start your day with a delicious gourmet breakfast prepared by Linda, then board the Trolley across the street on the corner of 25th and O 1/2 for a ride to the famous and Historic Strand shopping area to browse the many antique shops, gift shops and candy factories; or you may choose to visit one the many historical sites including the Seaport Museum, Railroad Museum, The 1894 Opera House and many other interesting historical sites. Galveston offers an abundance of sightseeing opportunities. Information is available at our registration desk.br>
At The Villa we have two very precious mascots, Miss Dolly and Taz, who welcome each guest with a wagging tail and a joyfull small bark. Our mascots are of the Bischon Frise breed and are hypo-alergenic, they do not shed and have no dander. It has been stated in many breeder books that this breed is one of the few that persons with allergies can enjoy and have the love of a pet.
Artist, Gayle Reynolds of The Water's Edge gallery, featured her beautiful painting of The Villa B & B for ArtWalk 2010 at The Yellow Corner Store on 26th and Avenue M. Stop by to see the artist's lovely rendition of this historic Silk Stocking District home.